D.C. cyclist struck in August says suspect not tried yet

Case illustrates battle for safer biking

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The number of both pedestrian- and bicyclist-involved crashes are down this year, and just six traffic deaths have been reported, Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Chief Lamar Greene said.

“Now we have a consistent approach across the Metropolitan Police Department,” Chief Greene said. “I believe the statistics are showing some advances.”

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